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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
SeMI, IPSJ-UBI, IPSJ-MBL 2023-02-28
15:30
Aichi
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Detection of trial reading actions using smartwatches
Chisaki Takahashi, Hiroaki Morino (SIT) SeMI2022-109
It would be useful in many situations if a person's behavior can be detected by sensors to estimate what the person is i... [more] SeMI2022-109
pp.13-18
RCC, ITS, WBS 2022-12-14
16:25
Shiga Ritsumeikan Univ. BKC
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Vehicle Position Estimation Method Using MEMS Sensor Data acquired at 50Hz frequency -- Influence on Position Estimation Accuracy of High Resolution Sensor Data --
Takayoshi Yokoya (Tsukuba Gakuin Univ.), Taiga Yamagiwa (Tottori Univ.) WBS2022-64 ITS2022-40 RCC2022-64
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is popular as a method for vehicle localization, but at present, accuracy decr... [more] WBS2022-64 ITS2022-40 RCC2022-64
pp.161-166
IMQ, HIP 2022-07-08
14:00
Hokkaido Satellite Campus, Sapporo City University Investigation of features using cluster analysis in estimating subjective fatigue while walking
Yuya Okazaki, Yuya Itagaki, Yuukou Horita (Univ.of Toyama) IMQ2022-6 HIP2022-37
In recent years, attention has been focused on the construction of evaluation indices and estimation models that express... [more] IMQ2022-6 HIP2022-37
pp.11-14
ITS, IEE-ITS 2022-03-11
11:15
Online Online Vehicle localization algorithm based on altitude and other sensor data profiles and its extension to ordinary road network. -- Vehicle localization based on simultaneous evaluation of multiple roads --
Taiga Yamagiwa, Takayoshi Yokota (Tottori Univ.) ITS2021-67
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is popular as a method for vehicle localization, but at present, accuracy decr... [more] ITS2021-67
pp.22-27
ITS, WBS, RCC 2020-12-15
13:25
Online Online Vehicle localization method using atmospheric pressure, acceleration, and angular velocity by MEMS sensors.
Zul Fiqri Bin Baharin, Takayoshi Yokota (Tottori Univ.) WBS2020-28 ITS2020-24 RCC2020-31
This paper proposes a new algorithm for localization of a vehicle based on time series data of altitude, acceleration an... [more] WBS2020-28 ITS2020-24 RCC2020-31
pp.115-120
MBE 2017-01-28
11:35
Fukuoka Kyushu University Evaluation of the sawing skill using three-axis acceleration and angular velocity sensor -- Investigation of the trajectory and angle of the saw blade --
Akito Koga (Kumamoto Univ.), Kazuharu Hashitsume (Shimane Univ.), Tomohiko Igasaki (Kumamoto Univ.) MBE2016-77
Currently, due to the decreasing and aging of the expert woodworkers, their skills are faced with the threat of disappea... [more] MBE2016-77
pp.41-45
EMD 2013-11-16
09:30
Overseas Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, P.R.China An Evaluating Method for Fundamental Dynamical Parameters of Objects on a Printed Circuit Board -- Properties of the Responses using Rectangular Wave and Sinusoidal one as an Input --
Shin-ichi Wada, Keiji Koshida, Hiroaki Kubota (TMC System), Koichiro Sawa (Nippon Inst. of Tech.) EMD2013-78
Authors developed the mechanism which gives real vibration to electrical contacts by hammering oscillation in the vertic... [more] EMD2013-78
pp.15-18
IN 2013-10-18
11:20
Osaka Osaka University Development of State Judgment Algorithm for Real-time Disaster Detection in Emergency Rescue Evacuation Support System (ERESS)
Jun Fujimura, Takafumi Nakamura, Hiroko Higuchi, Katsunori Kogo, Kentaro Tsudaka, Tomotaka Wada (Kansai Univ.), Kazuhiro Ohtsuki (Kobe Univ), Hiromi Okada (Kansai Univ.) IN2013-84
If the disaster (ex. terror and fire) occurs, a lot of people can`t be calm judgment in the buildings of urban areas, st... [more] IN2013-84
pp.43-48
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2012-03-14
13:45
Tokyo Tamagawa University New analytical model of bicycle pedaling using the acceleration and angler speed sensors.
Tomoki Kitawaki, Hisao Oka (Okayama Univ.) MBE2011-115
In order to evaluate bicycle pedaling skills, it is important to know how bicycle crank are rotate. Hence, we propose a ... [more] MBE2011-115
pp.37-40
MBE 2010-10-14
15:25
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University Development of multi-input control of prosthetic hand using angular velocity
Kanako Kamasaki, Kazumi Hakamada, Jun Miyake (Osaka Univ.) MBE2010-32
The movement of human arm and hand is controlled by several factors, such as muscles and the senses of velocity, acceler... [more] MBE2010-32
pp.23-27
MBE 2010-07-09
14:30
Okayama Okayama University Accuracy of Knee-Joint Angular Acceleration Detector by Using Two Linear Accelerometers for Pendulum Test
Toshimasa Kusuhara (Okayama Univ.), Kazuaki Jikuya (Kawasaki Univ. of Medical Welfare), Takao Nakamura (Okayama Univ.), Hiroyuki Michinishi (Okayama Univ. of Science), Yoshitake Yamamoto (Himeji Dokkyo Univ.), Takuji Okamoto (Okayama Univ.) MBE2010-19
In pendulum test, a goniometer has been used to know knee-joint motions. In this study, we propose a new method to detec... [more] MBE2010-19
pp.17-20
ICD 2005-07-14
16:10
Aichi Toyohashi Univ. of Tech. Interface Electronics for MEMS Vibratory Sensors
Kazusuke Maenaka, Nobuhiro Sawai, Takayuki Fujita, Yoichiro Takayama (Univ. of Hyogo)
A MEMS vibratory acceleration sensor,vibratory gyroscope and their interface circuitry are discussed. Vibratory type sen... [more] ICD2005-52
pp.71-76
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